Legal Cases and Privacy Rulings Aim to Curtail Facial Biometrics
Decisions in the UK and Australia, and lawsuits in the United States, could force facial-recognition providers to remove data from their machine-learning models.
November 30, 2021
Google Analyzes Methods Behind GCP Workload Attacks
The vast majority of cloud workload compromises stem from poor security configurations or compromised passwords, while cryptojacking is the common payload, research shows.
November 29, 2021
Cybercriminals Increasingly Employ Crypto-Mixers to Launder Stolen Profits
Crypto-mixer services are set to grow as ransomware and other cybercriminal enterprises increasingly lean into cryptocurrency, new research shows.
November 16, 2021
Open Source Project Aims to Detect Living-Off-the-Land Attacks
The machine learning classifier from Adobe can determine whether system commands are malicious and classify them using a variety of tags useful for security analysts.
November 12, 2021
Follow the Leaders: A Blueprint for Software Security Success
Organizations can study software security leaders and emulate their habits and initiatives in order to build a successful software security program of their own.
November 12, 2021
How Do I Know It's Time to Consider a SASE Migration?
The rapid shift to a hybrid workplace and accelerated adoption of new technologies means it's time to rethink networking security approaches.
November 11, 2021
Edge Chat With Cisco Secure CTO TK Keanini on Achieving Better Security Outcomes
Now is the time for organizations to rethink their security strategies with a platform- and architecture-based approach in mind. Keanini explains.
November 09, 2021
Researchers Scan the Web to Uncover Malware Infections
Dozens of companies and universities regularly scan the Internet to gather data on connected devices, but some firms are looking deeper to uncover the extent of detectable malware infections.
November 03, 2021
Attackers Flaunt Remote Access Credentials, Threaten Supply Chain
Attackers advertise access to computers within shipping and logistics companies as the global supply chain struggles to meet post-COVID demands.
November 02, 2021
Cybercriminals Take Aim at Connected Car Infrastructure
While car makers are paying more attention to cybersecurity, the evolution of automobiles into "software platforms on wheels" and the quick adoption of new features has put connected cars in the crosshairs.
October 29, 2021
Most Large Enterprises Fail to Protect Their Domain Names
Of the largest 2,000 companies in the world, 81% fail to take simple security measures, such as locking their domain with the registrar, leaving them open to domain shenanigans.
September 28, 2021